"Today" show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie has calmed her fans' worries with an update on her health in a recent post on Instagram following a recent visit to the doctors.
On Tuesday, "Today" show's Savannah Guthrie shared a picture on Instagram that showed her after getting her second COVID-19 vaccination. In the snapshot, Guthrie wore a mask and held up her COVID-19 vaccination record pass. She wrote:
"grateful! ? this time with lot #s blacked out ??♀️."
Savannah Guthrie pictured at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards, 2014, Beverly Hills, California | Photo: Getty Images
Guthrie blacked out her personal details on the card. However, this was not the case in a picture she shared initially of herself holding the card after receiving her second COVID-19 jab.
The television personality previously shared a snap showing the details in her card, causing some of her fans to worry about her privacy. Many of them took to the post's comment section, asking her to blackout her Pfizer information because some bad persons may steal it.
Some other fans urged her to delete the picture because she is not supposed to share her personal information. However, one person said Guthrie was a popular person, and everyone knows her name and date of birth.
Guthrie has been away from her mother, Nancy, and sister, Annie, for 16 months
Guthrie's new post shows that she listened and saw reasons with many of her fans' concerns and has now taken measures to correct it by blacking out her key details.
Last week, Guthrie underwent one last surgery on her eye and shared a picture showing her with a see-through cover taped over her eye.
The procedure was the third the television show anchor would be doing in recent years. She underwent eye surgery in December 2019 after her son Charles Max threw a toy train at her face.
Last July, she had cataract surgery, which she revealed was a success as she was already noticing major improvements in her vision.
Guthrie has been away from her mother, Nancy, and sister, Annie, for 16 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, she reunited with them last month and shared pictures of her cozying up to them on Instagram.
In the caption, she expressed gratitude to the scientists and researchers who made it possible for her to be with her beloved family members once again.